Grohmann's Alpine Path
Strecke 55,4 km
Known as Grohmann's Alpine Path, in honour of the famous explorer from Vienna who first climbed some of the most important Dolomite peaks half-way through the nineteenth century, this route is about 85 kilometres long. The nearly ubiquitous presence of accommodations makes it one of the most popular routes. In the first part, starting from San Candido in Pusteria, you meet up with the wonderful Three Peaks of Lavaredo, while the subsequent sections go into less beaten, wild areas, from the Cadini di Misurina group to the majestic Sorapìss group and the solitary Antelao. The section that goes from the Fonda Savio Refuge to the Città di Carpi Refuge is of great interest, with a variant for experienced mountaineers only, who will be able to reach the North East summit of Ciadìn Peak after about a two and a half hour climb on a via ferrata. This Alpine Path culminates in Pieve di Cadore, Belluno, the town that gave birth to the great painter Tiziano Vecellio.
SicherheitshinweiseDifficoltà: EE - Escursionistico per Esperti Segnaletica: buona
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